Having a CIK recognised Mono class can only be good for the 250 National class around the world and will also mean that second hand kits will be available each year for the offering at a reduced price.
The only question that we will have to discuss here is Australia will be if we allow the kits to be used locally.
For me, it is a Yes, but others might have a different view.
I understand from our conversations Ian that you are prepared to cast a Viper SK250S cylinder that would suit the CR250 72mm standard stroke if you get the orders - so either way, the CR250 motors are covered if locally, we cannot get approval to run the kit parts on the standard CR250 motor.
I have long been keen to get an upgrade path for the CR250 motors as it allows budget racers to spread the cost of the improvements over a number of years thereby allowing teams to stay competitive and involved. It also keeps the value of their Superkarts reasonable with the current EVO changes.